- January 12, 2015 at 6:48 pm #184515
I would appreciate any advice regarding the paying of the non residents imputed tax.
My wife and I are UK citizens living in the UK. We purchased a flat in Barcelona in 2013 and have yet to pay the non residents tax for 2014 and part of 2013. The flat is not rented out.
Is it advisable to use a tax representative in Spain to prepare and present the 210 forms? Obviously we would like to avoid incurring any unnecessary costs if possible.
Does anyone have any experience of any of the internet based companies in the UK offering to prepare the Form 210 and tax liabilty for ones own presentation and payment at a bank in Spain ?
Our daughter, who is a resident, lives in the flat rent-free. Does this have any bearing on the tax situation ?
- January 13, 2015 at 10:15 pm #184529
- January 13, 2015 at 11:18 pm #184536
Thank you for your prompt reply. By coincidence I have already contacted that company so your endorsement is very useful.
Could you please tell me if you presented the forms yourself in Spain ?
Thanks again for your time.
- January 14, 2015 at 6:09 pm #184567
They sent me the pdf’s all done and I printed them off and took them to the bank and gave them my debit card to charge. I was in and out in 2 mins. I didn’t even go to my branch where I opened the account (it has rubbish parking lol) I just went to a random lacaixa bank.
I could of paid the tax through my ebanking, but you still have to hand the forms into the bank, so saw no point in doing that.
You have until Dec 31st 2015 to file your 2014 210 form.
- March 9, 2015 at 10:15 pm #185328
I am new to forums, so not sure if I have this process correct, sorry if its not right. My question regarding the 210 for Murcia.
My fiscal rep has not submitted my 2013 return, so it is now late (should have been sumitted by end dec 2014)- how do I now fill in a 210 myself and submit it (penalties from tax office?) what do I need and where do I get the info?
Fiscal rep unhelpful and wants to re invoice me to do it again – bank could not advise on paying tax
- March 14, 2015 at 6:50 pm #185391
I’d imagine there would be a small fine to pay, contact spanishtaxforms.co.uk as they are experts in this and they would sort it out for not a lot of cash.
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